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Quote: Originally Posted by epb Have you considered an Audi S5 - beautiful, practical, powerful, and you don't see them everywhere. If I were in the market for a 4-seat coupe, the S5 would be high on my list. Why not wait and get a Porsche Panamera?
Quote: Originally Posted by Southern-Nupe I've never even heard of the car....but it looks amazing. There were only 50 made (by TWR for Jaguar) and they were run in a one make race series before several F1 races in the early 90's. Cost of the cars was GBP 500k each and the winner of the final race took home $1 million.
Quote: Originally Posted by Southern-Nupe I was just reading about the massive power boost XKR's will receive in 2010 (510hp), that's essentially DBS territory. However, if money was no object, the DBS would still be decoration of choice for my driveway. If you are looking for a 500 bhp Jaguar need to do what a friend of mine is, get a XJR 15. More pictures: http://www.astonmartinlife.com/forum...=1265#post1265
Quote: Originally Posted by FidelCashflow "Next you're going to tell me leasing a sports car ISN'T a good investment!" - Tracey Jordan (30 Rock) Depends on what you lease. If you had leased a Ferrari Enzo when they were first introduced, you would be up a few $100k.
Quote: Originally Posted by raphael They're all impressive because they're made by companies that focus on construction, design, materials and performance, but I'd rather get the pedigree 2-door 9/11, Aston, or Lambo instead of a four-door. Maybe it's just me. Most would. Porsche is going after the affulent owner with kids. They want not just to be the weekend fun car, but also the daily car, and the SUV for mom. 3 car garage, 3 Porshces. ...
Quote: Originally Posted by raphael The current crop of 4-door sedans made from stretched two-door sports coupes isn't doing it for me. This is impressive though: http://www.panaoc.com/forums/panamera-videos-t9.html
Quote: Originally Posted by TC (Houston) +1, although the interior design, dash layout and electronics could use some improvement. It is until it leaves you stranded or you get the first service bill with a list of all the "small" items that need to be taken care of.
Quote: Originally Posted by GQgeek The Maser wins with the Aston a close second. The others aren't even close imo. Yes but in terms of build quality and performance, I would have to go with the Porsche Panamera: http://www.panaoc.com/forums/driving-panamera-t49.html
Quote: Originally Posted by zjpj83 It looks worse than ass, it's one of the ugliest cars currently produced No, that award would have to go to the Cayenne.
Quote: Originally Posted by JayJay Yep, a complete package of luxury and high performance. Wait and get the new Porsche Panamera. It will handle much better. Couple of good reviews: http://www.panaoc.com/forums/early-r...ml?p=25#post25
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